Lynton: The Denes

The Denes Guest House – a charming Edwardian place to stay

Main imageOur attractive Edwardian house is situated in Lynton, a mere stone’s throw from the entrance to the Valley of Rocks. We offer immediate access to picturesque walks and cycling routes in Exmoor National Park, as well as a comfortable place of refuge at the end of a full day.

At The Denes, we focus on traditional, locally-sourced, high-quality food and comfort; yet we offer all the essentials of modern living, including en-suite bedrooms, free wi-fi and free parking. We have facilities to store and dry boots and waterproof clothing. You will find a selection of information leaflets about local attractions and Ordnance Survey maps, which may be borrowed. A range of books, DVDs and board games are available for a relaxing evening.

We are open from March until mid November each year. You can be sure of a warm and friendly welcome.

Monday – Thursday 3 night discount available, phone for details.

Today, the natural beauty of the area attracts visitors from all corners of the world and there is much to see and do.  Walking along the plentiful footpaths is a great way to explore the dramatic senery, Watersmeet (NT tea room in a beautiful setting), Countisbury, Woody Bay or the Heddon Valley and we can show you the many route options.

What to see and do around Lynton

Cliff Railway, Valley of Rocks, Watersmeet, Arts and Crafts Centre, Lynton Candles, Lynton Cinema. The sky at night; Exmoor was Europes first Dark Sky Reserve.

A bit further away on Exmoor we have:

Lynton and Barnstaple Railway, Exmoor Safari, Exmoor Zoo, Experience Exmoor – 4×4, Horse Riding, Bike Hire.

Contact Details:

Tel: 01598 753573

Post: 15 Longmead, Lynton Devon EX25 6DQ

E-mail enquiries@thedenes.com

Web: www.thedenes.com

Twitter:  The_Denes

FB: www.facebook.com/thedenesguesthouse

 

 

 

 

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